In a fast-paced society, it can be difficult to wash off with unhealthy food and breathe due to pollution.
Therefore, it is not surprising that many people attend ritual breathing workshops to repeatedly inhale, exhale and breathe for up to 90 minutes to solve anxiety, addiction, stress and numerous health problems.
Studios, corporate offices, natural history museums and even parliaments all over the UK have a growing number of workshops and events where MPs and colleagues learn breathing techniques during yoga classes.
NHS also promoted breathing exercises to reduce stress, and people who affected health such as Wim Hof, Russell Brand and Fearne Cotton appreciated the rewards of this exercise.
Geert De Vleminck, chairman of the International Breathwork Foundation, said, “Suspicious and connected breathing is reaching the world. "People are always looking for happiness, joy, true love, and seek health."
He explains that people in many difficulties are busy with drugs, alcohol, sex, gambling, television, shopping and superficial beauty without solving the problem.
However, Dr. De Bremink argued that breathing could be altered and explained how he was taking antidepressants and could not sleep at night until conscious breathing began. "This has freed me a lot of trauma from the past."
The Guardian recently attended a breathing workshop attended by a group of people who recovered from several serious addictions in London.
They howled and moaned with their back open, mouth open and breathing before they reported intense catharsis, the release of oppressed memories and the resulting calm and calm connection and light head experience.
Hannah Goodman, founder of Grounded Life, who hosted the session, said, “We've long known the benefits of conscious breathing, mindfulness, and meditation, but we haven't implemented it.
"The level of mental health problems, increased use of drugs such as antidepressants, absenteeism due to stress-related symptoms, and increased suicide rates are evidence that current relationships with trauma or stress are ineffective."
Goodman was trained four years ago as a respiratory stimulant, and during this period the number of people qualified as respiratory experts began a "boom".
“Breathing has finally started to go to the center stage. It's all our centers and why we're here, ”she says. "I'm really happy to be involved in these exercises."
Leading the wave of popularity is Richie Bostock, also known as "The Breath Guy." He regularly holds sold-out sessions for up to 100 people in places like the Ministry of Southern London.
"I absolutely exploded," he said. “I taught at 19 festivals this year. I taught last month in British Summer Time and 2,000 people were lying down using breathing techniques.
“It's really big because it's simple. Just breathing will make you feel better. ”
He claims that people with insomnia attended one of his sessions and slept for six hours that evening.
He admitted that "the truth is so good." “But I never said that I did not get one person out of class. Too many customers are ready to take anti-anxiety in a few weeks. ”
Accelerated deep breathing, also known as trophy breathing alone, has been described as a “high drug-free” method, and research has shown that the breathing rhythm regulates nerve activity in a network of brain areas related to smell, memory, and emotion.
Psychologist Emma Seppälä at Yale and Stanford University studies have shown that breathing practices can significantly increase well-being while reducing anxiety and trauma.
"Research shows that emotions and breathing are closely linked, and each emotion has a specific breathing pattern associated with breathing," she says.
“Changing breathing can lead to restlessness and indigestion, as opposed to & # 39; fighting or flying & # 39; reactions. Your body will calm down. As a result, I relax and feel better. ”